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A nice example of 6x30 binoculars which still have good clear optic and its leather strap. The binoculars are maker marked "Ross London" and also stamped with the War Department broad arrows. The leather case has lost its shoulder strap and the the stitching on the lid has come apart. However you can make a faint 1917 date and the No2 on the lid.
This is a British army officers private purchase mess set consisting of a set of mess tins, plate, cup and two small containers for either containing salt, sugar or other such food stuffs. The kit comes in a specially made canvas pouch with a leather strap.
This is a British officers Sam-Browne belt in very good condition and measures 40 inches.
This is a British officers Sam-Browne belt which is in excellent condition and measures 45 inches.
This is a a unissued example of a 37 pattern war economy belt which was introduced in 1944 and remained in to 1945. After which production of the standard 37 pattern resumed and the war economy ceased to be produced. The main difference between the war economy is the webbing belt loops and the shape of the end of the belt adjusters. This example has a faint makers stamp "C.S. LTD" ( County Screen Company ) and dated 1945. It measures 40 inches.
This is a 37 pattern map case, still retain its fibre map board. The map case comes with a distance ruler. The map case is maker marked "P.S.S". ( Princess Silk Shade ) and dated 1944.
This is a good example of a British army officers haversack, sometimes referred to as a Valise bag. This example is dated 1943 and comes with a 1944 dated shoulder strap.
This is a two piece entrenching tool consisting of the spade/pick and halve. The spade/pick is maker marked "Perks" and dated 1941. The handle has no date. The 37 pattern carrier is in mint condition maker marked M.Bros and dated 1943.
This is a dual purpose 37 pattern pouch for use with either a compass or revolver ammunition. The pouch is maker marked "MECo" ( Mills equipment company ) and dated 1942.
A pair of 37 pattern brace attachments to allow cross-straps to be attached to the belt without the ammunition pouches. The attachments are both maker marked and dated 1941 and 1943 respectively.
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